Business students who have studied abroad and international business faculty will be on hand to talk to students at an information session today.
Auditions are tomorrow at St. Thomas and Wednesday at St. Catherine.
SIFE stands for Students In Free Enterprise.
Those planning to try out for the teams should attend.
Win prizes at a Texas Hold ’Em Tourney tomorrow. Get free T-shirts and sweatpants at volleyball and soccer games, respectively.
Erin O'Flaherty is the team captain and contact person.
The speaker, Dr. Massoud Amin, director of the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota, is sometimes called the "father of the smart grid."
Learn about 2011 January Term programs offered worldwide through UMAIE.
Get deals such as: Buy one, get one free at Grand Ole Creamery, Punch Pizza and much more. Get it stamped five times by December to qualify for the $500 Bookstore gift certificate drawing.
Confessions, worship and fellowship are all part of this prayerful event.
The tourney is Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 18 and 19.
Minneapolis campus members collectively lost more than 400 pounds in the past six months.
Undergraduate students who have conducted collaborative research with faculty mentors this summer are invited to present their work at the poster session on Sept. 21.
Sign up for the retreat, which will be held Sept. 25-26, by Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Accounting and business students are invited to stop by the table on Sept. 14 to learn about the firm and job opportunities.
Sign up a team of at least six players at the AARC desk or online.
Dr. Paul Niskanen of UST’s Theology Department will speak Sept. 22 on the 2,000-year-old documents and the exhibit on display at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Meet new staff and build an ice cream sundae at the open house, watch a performance by an Asian American dance theater company, and dance to the music by DJ Enferno.
Tonight STAR presents UST Trivia Night.
Be part of United We Serve in recognition of the National Day of Service and Remembrance that honors the victims and heroes of the 9/11 attacks.
Accounting and business students are invited to stop by the table to learn about the firm and job opportunities.
Elections packets are due Friday at the mandatory candidates' meeting.
Joseph Odell, John Rogers, Dustin Katona and Edward Ryan will present essays.
Representatives from Academic Counseling, Career Development, Center for Intercultural Learning and Community Engagement/Service Learning (CILCE), and Study Abroad will be available to answer questions sophomores may have about the year ahead.
The book is available in the University of St. Thomas Bookstore.